Sino-Russian Relations and the Lessons of 1996
April 13, 2015
Sino-Russian Relations and the Lessons of 1996
A watershed year for Russia’s ties with China shows the role of domestic politics in driving “great power relations.”
Sino-Russian Relations and the Lessons of 1996
China's 2015 NPC Session: The Case of the Missing Presidents
March 09, 2015
China's 2015 NPC Session: The Case of the Missing Presidents
Former presidents Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao are both MIA at the NPC. Why?
China's 2015 NPC Session: The Case of the Missing Presidents
A Turning Point in China’s Anti-Graft Campaign
January 11, 2015
A Turning Point in China’s Anti-Graft Campaign
A key phase of the Chinese Communist Party’s anti-corruption campaign has concluded
A Turning Point in China’s Anti-Graft Campaign
Xi Jinping's Next Tiger Hunt
August 01, 2014
Xi Jinping's Next Tiger Hunt
After Zhou Yongkang, the anti-corruption campaign aims at the PLA and Shanghai -- two power bases for Jiang Zemin.
Xi Jinping's Next Tiger Hunt
China’s Former Leaders Tell Xi To Halt Anti-Corruption Campaign
April 04, 2014
China’s Former Leaders Tell Xi To Halt Anti-Corruption Campaign
Former Presidents Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao are reportedly pushing for an end to Xi Jinping's anti-graft campaign.
China’s Former Leaders Tell Xi To Halt Anti-Corruption Campaign
Spain Issues Arrest Order For Jiang Zemin, Li Peng
February 11, 2014
Spain Issues Arrest Order For Jiang Zemin, Li Peng
The court's ruling won't affect the accused Chinese leaders, but could have real consequences for China-Spain relations.
Spain Issues Arrest Order For Jiang Zemin, Li Peng
September 09, 2013
China’s “Mass Line” Campaign
China’s leadership is trying to bring the Party closer to the people. The campaign also has other implications.
China’s “Mass Line” Campaign
Bo Xilai’s Trial Could Start This Week
July 24, 2013
Bo Xilai’s Trial Could Start This Week
Does Bo’s trial explain former President Jiang Zemin’s recent appearance? Wednesday China links.
Bo Xilai’s Trial Could Start This Week
Not Rising, But Rejuvenating: The
February 05, 2013
Not Rising, But Rejuvenating: The "Chinese Dream"
Many talk of China “rising.” Chinese view their fortunes as a return to greatness from a “century of humiliation” — and not a rise from nothing.
Not Rising, But Rejuvenating: The "Chinese Dream"
China's Factional Politics
December 08, 2012
China's Factional Politics
China’s leadership transition has been seen as a victory for retired President Jiang Zemin — but change seems certain.
China's Factional Politics
Don't Forget About Hu Jintao
November 20, 2012
Don't Forget About Hu Jintao
While Hu may be out as leader of the Communist Party, his influence will not completely disappear.
Don't Forget About Hu Jintao
Hu Jintao: Still
November 02, 2012
Hu Jintao: Still "Commander-in-Chief"
As Xi Jinping ascends to the top of China’s leadership, Hu Jintao will still retain a critically important role.
Hu Jintao: Still "Commander-in-Chief"
July 06, 2011
Speculating on Jiang Zemin
Speculation is rife among Chinese netizens over whether former leader Jiang Zemin is still alive.
Speculating on Jiang Zemin
China’s Prickly Gaddafi Ties
March 07, 2011
China’s Prickly Gaddafi Ties
Relations between Muammar Gaddafi and Beijing have often been awkward. But don’t write off Libya ties just yet.
China’s Prickly Gaddafi Ties
China’s Prickly Gaddafi Ties
March 07, 2011
China’s Prickly Gaddafi Ties
Relations between Muammar Gaddafi and Beijing have often been awkward. But don’t write off Libya ties just yet.
China’s Prickly Gaddafi Ties
Getting Protocol Right for Hu
January 20, 2011
Getting Protocol Right for Hu
Will the Obama White House manage to avoid the embarrassing gaffes of his predecessor’s hosting of Hu Jintao?
Getting Protocol Right for Hu
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